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Mauritius ranked 1st among Sub Saharan countries in the Doing Business 2018 report

Mauritius ranked 1st among Sub Saharan countries in the Doing Business 2018 report

Mauritius

Mauritius was ranked 1st among the Sub Saharan countries and 25th overall in the Doing Business Report 2018 published by the World Bank.

Mauritius made the biggest improvement in the ease of registering property in 2016/17 by eliminating the 10% transfer tax and registration duty, implementing a complaint mechanism and publishing service standards.

Mauritius introduces a number of measures to ease the process of doing business in the country mainly; exempting trade fees for licenses below Mur 5,000 and introducing the electronic certificate of incorporation, outsourcing the design and construction of sewerage connection works, eliminating the transfer tax and registration duty, implementing a complaint mechanism and publishing service standards, improving the Cargo Community System, introducing advanced electronic document submission and updating the risk-based inspection system.

SGG has a full-fledge operation in Mauritius and employs over 300 employees. It offers corporate, funds and trust services. If you wish to learn more on our service offering from Mauritius, please contact  our Commercial Director, Edan Latzelsberger on edan.latzelsberger@sgggroup.com

Source: http://www.doingbusiness.org/~/media/WBG/DoingBusiness/Documents/Annual-...

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